CEE’S FUN FOTO CHALLENGE: WEATHERED WOOD
While touring the covered bridges in Lancaster Pennsylvania, I came across this old weather bridge in Bedford County.
Cuppett’s Covered Bridge was built on land owned by William and Phillip Cuppett. Located near New Paris, this burr truss design has unusually low arches and open sides. Unpainted and allowed to weather naturally, it spans Dunnings Creek, a mile north of New Paris. Privately owned.
The bridge is 60 feet long. It is not traversable.
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BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!